When some of the most commendable feminists I know are men, this is a pretty confusing statement to be making. If we isolate roughly half of the population from the movement, what can we hope to achieve?
Glasgow students are boycotting their union after deeming its response to a sexist incident as ineffective and inappropriate
It's easy to decry the problems of today's youth with a voice of condescension that harks back to the good old days but conversely it's also easy to forget the problems of the past when using this line of debate.
To be a "feminist" today is to understand that the kind of complacency Sherriff demonstrates is not OK, that eighty cents does not equal one dollar. It is not enough to simply acknowledge the gender disparity in government, business, science.
It's been more than 100 years since Emmeline Pankhurst rushed parliament, demanding that women get the vote. Now, her great
Girls should be taught to find ambitious husbands, just as they are encouraged to apply to top universities, the head of
Let's not fool ourselves, we only have to open the news these days to see horrific articles about women being raped, date raped, molested and faced with a deluge of sexual abuses for their appearances (I mean we have to be a certain shape, size or else we lose our appeal to the opposite sex!). So on that note I find my hijab a very liberating experience.
She puts the Sunday Times down on the coffee table and reaches for a biscotti. Her chocolate Labrador lolls around the conservatory
It's taken me a while to own that not only am I a feminist now, but I always have been, even when I was a stripper. And for me, being a feminist is about not apologising for the decisions I make or made about the ways I choose to use my body and see myself as a woman in this world.
A former beauty queen has urged feminists to abandon their plans to protest at the Miss World final on Sunday night. Campaign